Observing Harry: Child Development and Learning 0-5

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1.1Harry and his treasure basket17
3.1Harry's first day at nursery45
3.2A castle with a moat: 'The bridge is down'46
3.3Harry's first emergent writing48
3.4Harry carrying Maureen's long pincers49
3.5Harry using a hand-operated grabber at the Science Museum51
4.1Harry and Georgia in their new house58
5.1A 'sad worm'72
5.2'Kisses and cuddles for mummy'78
5.3'I've cutted it in half'80
5.4Harry practises writing names80
5.5Harry is interested in upper- and lower-case letters81
5.6Harry's list of the boys coming to the party82
5.7Harry incorporates writing into his drawings83
5.8A Christmas list and birthday list84
5.9Harry makes a book and writes a story in it86–87
6.1Harry makes enclosures and places animals inside96
6.2Harry paints an enclosure and paints inside it97
6.3Harry walks around the post of the canopy104
6.4Harry places the fish in different positions109
6.5Many of Harry's drawings are representations of rotational movements110
7.1Harry draws two maps119
7.2Harry, aged 2 years 9 months, leans unit blocks against his building to create a tunnel122
7.3Harry, aged 3 years 1 month, selects arcs and arches and also constructs arches123
7.4Harry's model of 'Me and Isaac going to Isaac's party'126
7.5Harry's drawings and story about Paul knocking him down the drain128

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